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IAN CAMERON

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  • Comment on: Broadway Malyan completes London’s tallest residential tower

    IAN CAMERON's comment 3 February, 2014 6:43 pm

    Further to my previous comment on 2 Feb when you scrutise the NINE ELMS LANE signage information for pedestrian footpath closure it states that the pavment area would be likely to stay closed until mid 2014. My observation is that given that the crane was removed in August >> LAST YEAR << the pavements were likely to remain closed for very many months after the crane removal date - that clearly shows that Broadway Malyan are not as considerate as the above statement made by its Director.

  • Comment on: Broadway Malyan completes London’s tallest residential tower

    IAN CAMERON's comment 2 February, 2014 7:58 pm

    I live in the area and it is about time the pedestrian pavements immediately adjacent to THE TOWER were re-opened for the public. The tall crane has now been removed since August 2013 and it is high time that the pavement area was restored. The developers should be more public spirited. It is disgraceful.

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